Is Satan an Atheist or a Theist?
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- Anonymous10 years agoFavorite Answer
A Theist, he definitely believes in GodSource(s): TLS
- Ali WillyLv 410 years ago
He's a theist, read Job, he and God spoke to each other.
His followers the demons know the Son of God Jesus Christ as well.
Read about the demons cast out of the men in the cemetery into the pigs that ran into a lake and drowned. These demons asked why Jesus was persecuting them before their time.
Satan and the demons are well aware that they face destruction, but, until that time comes they are free to try and draw us away from God.
It is important to read and understand the Bible so that you can be confident that God has got it all sorted, the day will come when Satan and all evil will be no more.Source(s): The Bible, read it, it's all in there.
- 10 years ago
Of course Satan knows God. And is the one who invented atheism. Humans are stupid enough to fall for it.
Revelation 12:9 "So down the great dragon was hurled, the original serpent, the one called Devil and Satan, who is misleading the entire inhabited earth.."
2 Corinthians 4:4 "..among whom the god of this system of things has blinded the minds of the unbelievers, that the illumination of the glorious good news about the Christ, who is the image of God, might not shine through."
I Belong To Jesus: No, Jesus is not God, he is the son of God. Try reading the Bible.
Matthew 3:17 "Look! Also, there was a voice from the heavens that said: “This is my Son, the beloved, whom I have approved.”
John 3:16,17 “For God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, in order that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life. For God sent forth his Son into the world, not for him to judge the world, but for the world to be saved through him."
- hippo37Lv 710 years ago
As by tradition satan is a fallen angel expelled from heaven by god he must really be a theist being one of the few to have seen god. Unless he has in the eons since decided this was just something he made up to console himself for living in a nasty place.
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- Anonymous10 years ago
Well, the Bible portrays Satan as being someone who could enter the presence of God (in the book of Job), so it would seem that he believed in God, which would certainly make him a theist, if he really existed.
- 10 years ago
In order to deny the existence of anything one must acknowledge that believing in that thing is what gives it power. Therefore, he would have to be a Theist, otherwise why would he spend time trying to discredit God and Christ?
- tina dLv 410 years ago
Lord Satan is real... and alive... He, though, is not what the xtians try to define Him as.
Reading that silly book, Satan was god's 'counselor'. read the book of job. not the best of times for the xtian god, for certain. But it was Lord Satan who understood humans. It was god who punished humans, not Satan. all the pestilence? but then again, when was? Creating Adam and Lilith? that didnt work out, nor his second attempt at a female mate.
all the brutality, genocide, oppression- not in the name of Lord Satan, but the xtian god. that god loved to kill, directly and thru his direction- just ask abraham.
real nice, eh? some loving god you got there pilgrim. think I'll stick with mine.
- Sips With A FistLv 610 years ago
Satan was the owner of Ceiling Cat's darker brother, Basement Cat. That makes him a Catheist.
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- 10 years ago
for the sake of argument let us say satan and god exist. satan would technically be a gnostic theist, because he knows god exists (in this hypothetical universe) as he has interacted with god, and he believes god exists again from the aforementioned reason
so yeah gnostic theist
- JAMES KLv 710 years ago
Since Satan started his existence as Lucifer, one of the Angels, he would certainly have to be a Theist, having always known God - even when he turned against Him.